Please note that, as I reply to this node, its content, including its title, has been removed. Perhaps it will be restored, in which case this reply would seem insane without this note here explaining things... :-)
Removing the content of a node which has several replies does the users of this site a huge disservice, chunlou. Now, all these replies are floating in limbo, void of context.
So what if the OP was a little boneheaded and its rep was negative? Isn't it better to own up to your mistakes than to try to hide them?
You have the ability and the right to remove the content you post here... but that doesn't make it right to do it.
"My two cents aren't worth a dime.";
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